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Disney Is Now Hiring for Work-From-Home Jobs

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If you can’t get enough of Disney, you’ll definitely find these new work-from-home jobs to be quite magical. The Disney Store retail chain is hiring guest services representatives in several states to work from home. And the really magical part? You don’t even have to live anywhere near Disney World or Disneyland to be a candidate for them.

The open positions for these “Cast Members” jobs are available instead to job seekers who live in Florida, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. The positions are part-time, but no salaries are listed. The job will entail assisting customers by answering inbound calls and emails, contacting guests through outbound calls, and finding solutions for problems with consumers’ experiences.

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Interested in applying? Disney would prefer these “Cast Members” to have guest service experience as well as the ability to show off guest-focused engagement over the phone and over email. Strong attention to detail is a must, along with communication skills, computer proficiency, and demonstrated success while working as part of a team. 

You also have to have a reliable and speedy internet connection as well as a flexible schedule that can meet the needs of the business. A high school diploma or GED is also required. Though not required for the gig, Disney is especially interested in hearing from applicants who are fluent in both English and Spanish.

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Sound like you? You can apply for a position here at Disney’s career page

h/t PalmBeachPost.com

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